Simple Ways You Can Make a Difference

Do you ever find yourself wondering how you, as busy as you are, can help others? What if you had a resource that would immediately put you in touch with over 300 volunteer opportunities, just in the Granite State alone? We have your answer – Volunteer Match. Volunteer Match is a nationwide resource which allows you to search for opportunities by location, cause area, and time. Whether you have an hour a week, a month, or more, we’ll bet you can find your perfect match. Here are just a few we found in our backyard:

Micromentor: This is a virtual mentorship opportunity. If you have a business background, there is a small business that could immensely benefit from your knowledge, wisdom, and experience.  You’ll help a business grow while honing your own leadership and mentorship skills.

Watch the Wild: Did you know you could help science understand our NH ecosystems by just observing what’s happening in your own back yard? Watch the Wild volunteers choose their own outdoor areas and simply record and share their observations with Nature Abounds, a national environmental organization.

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA): If you have a heart for children and a few hours a week, this could be the perfect opportunity. As a CASA, you’ll be an advocate for the safety and well-being of children removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect.

These only scratch the surface of the opportunities out there. Check out the Volunteer Match site and find your perfect match!

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